Successful Are Those Who Adapt; Innovative Teaching Methodologies in Pain Fellowship Training During COVID-19 Pandemic in a Developing Country

Aliya Ahmed, Robyna Irshad Khan, Shemila Abbasi, Ali Sarfraz Siddiqui, Azhar Rehman, Ausaf Khan, Tanveer Baig, Gauhar Afshan Department of Anaesthesiology, Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan Corresponding Author Aliya AhmedDepartment of Anaesthesiology, Aga Khan University, P.O. Box 3500, Stadium Road, Karachi 74800, Pakistan.Email: aliya.ahmed@aku.edu COVID-19 pandemic caught the entire world blindsided causing dramatic changes to […]

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Postgraduate teaching and COVID

Innovative methods of remote teaching during the COVID-19 pandemicJA Gilmour, J Holman, A Hindocha, A Donald, R Curnock, H Manning, D Pask, L Turnbull, R Ranganna. In March 2020, Coronovirus hit the UK and caused huge changes to the NHS. Aside from the clinical challenges; educational and training opportunities were cancelled which significantly impacted on […]

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Impact of COVID-19: a surgical trainee perspective

Impact of COVID-19: a surgical trainee perspective The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges worldwide. The status quo has particularly been offset for those in the remit of healthcare training and surgical trainees are no exception.   As for any other healthcare professional, the risks of COVID-19 are real. Donning and doffing off multiple sets […]

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Could postgraduate medical education look different after Covid-19?

The Covid-19 pandemic led to rapid changes in the way things are done throughout the NHS and delivery of postgraduate education is no exception. Almost overnight we moved from predominantly lecture-based teaching to online platforms such as Zoom. In the face of a global pandemic where clinicians have appropriately prioritised frontline clinical care, there was […]

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